Shop 4, G/F Tai Kut House, 7 Greig Road, Quarry Bay Tel: 2561 8800, 2561 2727 Open: noon-3pm, 6pm-11pm Cuisine: Japanese. Ambience: Located on the ground floor of an old residential building in Quarry Bay, the small but bright eatery has all that's needed for a Japanese restaurant: sushi bar, teppanyaki grill and traditional tatami corner. Price: $210 per person without drinks. Pros: Creative dishes and fresh sashimi. Most, except the rainbow roll ($68), are well-presented. Cons: It's not easy to find the restaurant because it's located on a quiet street surrounded by residential buildings. It's a bit of a walk from the MTR station or the bus stops. Recommended dishes: We were wide-eyed when the waitress brought us the king of salmon sashimi ($30 for two pieces). The 1.5cm-thick salmon fillet on a stick was large and fresh, with a silky, rich taste. The ox tongue teppanyaki ($48) was served with lemon wedges. The strong, tough muscle was made edible after being sliced into extremely thin pieces and grilled. It had a delightful beef, pepper and lemon taste, although it was a little too salty. We also enjoyed the mentaiko chicken wings ($38 for two wings, left). The wings are deboned and filled with mentaiko: walleye pollack roe seasoned with chilli powder and salt. It was slightly spicy and the skin of the chicken wing was crisp. If you like crab brains, try the kanimiso sushi ($48). The thick, dark green-coloured brain paste - served atop sushi rice encircled with dried seaweed -was mixed with crab meat and tasted strong and fresh. What else? The staff were friendly and talkative.